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[Written Especially for Young People]
Home! How rich in associations this word is! The homes we make are the foundation of our civilization. Though the so-called forces of evil have always tried to disintegrate home, though we see on all sides today broken homes, unhappy homes, and thousands of people who have not been able to externalize their dream of a home, still the ideal persists. In the heart of every human being lies the wish for a home.
Young people leaving school or college have this problem to face. It is just as important to find the right home as it is to find the right work. In fact, social workers connected with large factories are making studies of the workmen's homes, because they see so many evidences that the quality of a man's work is so often affected by the condition of his home.
We Christian Scientists have to face the fact that our thinking determines for us our environment. Christian Science, the Science by which we live, makes demonstration a necessity of daily living, and if we take our steps in order in this demonstration, there is no limit to the beauty and harmony we may bring into our lives.
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"None of these things move me"
EYRE SANDFORD CARTER
ALEXANDRA BOBRIKOVA CRICHTON
"I know thy works"
HENRY LEON CABUCHE
"And I, if I be lifted up"
EVELYN F. HEYWOOD
WALTER M. MEREDITH
Loving in Deed
CLAIRE CHANCELLOR SPRIGGS
ANNE ELIZABETH JENKINS
PHYLLIS BEAUFORT YOUNG
In your issue of September 26 there appears an item entitled...
Charles W. J. Tennant,
The life of Mrs. Eddy was one of singular purity, and her...
John M. Dean, Committee on Publication for the State of Tennessee,
My attention has been called to your editorial of December 30...
Israel Pickens, Committee on Publication for the State of Alabama,
In last Thursday's Eastern Daily Press, under the subtitle...
Leslie Burn Andreae, Committee on Publication for Norfolk, England,
ALICE JACQUELINE SHAW
Oneness of Good
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Stanley M. Sydenham , John W. R. Crawford, Lina Martha Fleischmann, Arthur Perrow, Alma Otto Tyner, Mrs. Louise W. Ring
Many years ago I began the study of metaphysics as...
Ruth M. Burton
With a greater sense of gratitude than words can express...
Edith E. Rhodes
Christian Science has healed me whenever I have applied...
Dorothy B. Biggs
A heart overflowing with gratitude prompts this testimony
Florence S. Wilson
For some time I have wanted to let all those who might...
Phoebe Roberts Hedrick
I came to Christian Science at a time of much distress...
Laura Brown Crowell
Many years ago a neighbor asked me if I should like to...
Florence Schmalhorst with contributions from John White Chadwick
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Vierling Kersey, Emily Huntington Miller, L. H. D., Rev. Glenn McKinley Frye, J. L. Newland